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(Novato, CA, February 2023) – DriveSavers Data Recovery continues to be the global leader in advancing data recovery capabilities through state-of-the-art tools, proprietary techniques, and research and development. The company’s latest data recovery advancement involves X-ray technology.
In November 2022, DriveSavers installed an X-ray system capable of real-time X-ray images as engineers use an automated stage to move the data storage. Until now, this technology has been used for inspection, failure analysis, and quality assurance for electronics. Data recovery is a new way to use this type of device.
DriveSavers began using the X-ray system on incoming devices in December 2022 and, with it, will continue to recover data that others deem unrecoverable.
“Using X-ray technology is already improving diagnostics and expanding our data recovery capabilities,” said Director of Engineering Mike Cobb. “We look forward to many more ways it will improve our accuracy, efficiency, and recovery rate.”
DriveSavers Data Recovery, the worldwide leader in data recovery since 1985, provides the industry’s fastest, most reliable and only certified secure data recovery service. All of the company’s services meet security protocols for financial, legal, corporate, and healthcare industries. In addition, it is the only company that posts proof of its annual SOC 2 Type II audit report and HIPAA data security and privacy compliance.
DriveSavers Data Recovery adheres to U.S. Government security protocols, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Data Security Rule (GLBA), the Data at Rest mandate (DAR), and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). In addition, DriveSavers Data Recovery engineers are trained in all leading encryption and forensic technologies and operate a Certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom. Satisfied customers include Bank of America, Google, Lucasfilm, NASA, Harvard University, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and U.S. Army.